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Interview with Hollis Frampton.

Simon Field

Interview with Hollis Frampton.

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Published by No.4 in Afterimage .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Frampton, Hollis.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesAfterimage.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp.p.45-77
    Number of Pages77
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20864511M


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In the s and '70s, Hollis Frampton () emerged as one of the most important experimental filmmakers, creating structuralist works such as Zorns Lemma (), Poetic Justice (), and Nostalgia ().

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INTERVIEWEES: Hollis Frampton, Larry Gottheim, Robert Huot, Taka Iimura, Carolee Schneeman, Tom Chomont, J.J. Murphy, Beth B and Scott B, John Waters, Vivienne Dick, Bruce Conner, Robert Nelson, Babette Mangolte, George Kuchar, Diana Barrie, Manuel DeLanda, Morgan Fisher.

Frampton’s passions and pranks are on full display in On the Camera Arts and Consecutive Matters: The Writings of Hollis Frampton, edited by Bruce Jenkins, a professor of film at the School of.

Hollis William Frampton, Jr. (Ma – Ma ) was an American avant-garde filmmaker, photographer, writer, theoretician, and pioneer of digital was best known for his innovative and non-linear structural films that defined the movement, including Lemon (), Zorns Lemma () and (), as well as his anthology book, Circles of Confusion: Film, Photography, Born: MaWooster, Ohio, United States.

Hollis Frampton’s (nostalgia), or, ‘Lower case, with parentheses’ Rachel Moore’s eloquent and insightful close-reading of Frampton’s most well-known film, (nostalgia), is timely given the current status of this seminal American artist and Interview with Hollis Frampton.

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book theoretical traditions, presents itself as a possible reme-dy to Pound’s ramshackle approach. Hollis Frampton and Peter Gidal, “Interview with Hollis Frampton,” October 32 (Spring ), p. Ezra Pound, “Date Line. A Critical Cinema: Interviews With Independent Filmmakers by Macdonald / / English / PDF.

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It followed Frampton’s participation in the Edinburgh Film Festival’s International Forum on Avant-Garde Film, where he took part.

An icon of the American avant-garde, Hollis Frampton made rigorous, audacious, brainy, and downright thrilling films, leaving behind a body of work that remains unparalleled. In the s, having already been a poet and a photographer, Frampton became fascinated with the possibilities of 16 mm filmmaking.

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48–49 (Winter–Spring ): 6– Snow described this last as something more than an interview: “Hollis asked me to interview him, to prepare some questions and together we would make a tape” (Snow, “On Hollis Frampton,” ).

The Hollis Frampton Collection includes: 16mm motion picture films and video tape copies of Frampton's work; photographs and xerographic art works made by Frampton, transcripts of lectures given by Frampton, videotapes of television interviews with and shows about Frampton, writings on Frampton by various authors from numerous magazines and.

The collected writings of artist and filmmaker Hollis Frampton, including all the essays from the long-unavailable Circles of Confusion along with rare additional material.

As Hollis Frampton's photographs and celebrated experimental films were testing the boundaries of “the camera arts” in the s and s, his provocative and highly literate writings were attempting to establish an. Zorns Lemma is a American structural experimental film by Hollis ally starting as a series of photographs, the non-narrative film is structured around a letter Latin remains, along with Michael Snow's Wavelength and Tony Conrad's The Flicker, one of the best known examples of structural ed by: Hollis Frampton.

Rachel Moore’s kickoff installment—one of three books released this May in a planned series of over one hundred—investigates Hollis Frampton’s widely referenced but little is a nonprofit, multi-platform publishing house that creates, disseminates, and preserves artist-generated content from interviews to artists’ essays to new.

"Volume 4 (): Issue 1 (Jun )" published on Jun by Manchester University Press. Hollis Frampton, Circles of Confusion, Visual Studies Workshop Press, pg.

Bill Judson, Curator of Film and Video, Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute Any consideration of Hollis Frampton's book of essays, Circles of Confusion, which was published inseems now impossible without contemplating as well Frampton's death a year later, at the age of   Maximum Minimalist—The Carl Andre Retrospective: Interview with Co-Curator Yasmil Raymond by David Ebony one of her performances.

Dance was important to him at this time. In another letter, Andre briefly mentions going with Hollis Frampton to see a Balanchine performance.

the dealer Seth Siegelaub encouraged Andre to publish his. Circles of Confusion. likes. Circles of Confusion: Film Photography Video Texts /5(1). 12 Dialogues signed first edition Paperback Halifax and New York. by Art - Andre, Carl and Hollis Frampton. Halifax and New York: Press of the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, First Edition.

All books returnable for full refund within two weeks of. Full text of "ERIC ED Experimental Film and Video: A other formats DOCUMENT RESUME ED CS AUTHOR TITLE PUB DATE NOTE PUB TYPE EDRS PRICE DESCRIPTORS IDENTIFIERS ABSTRACT Comprising approximately items, this bibliography on experimental film and video includes books and journal articles dating from to.

Special Features. New high-definition digital restorations of all twenty-four films; Audio commentary and remarks by filmmaker Hollis Frampton on selected works; Excerpted interview with Frampton from ; A Lecture, a performance piece by Frampton, recorded in with the voice of artist Michael Snow; Gallery of works from Frampton's xerographic series By Any Other Name; PLUS: A booklet Brand: Criterion.

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This sequel to A Critical Cinema offers a new collection of interviews with independent filmmakers that is a feast for film fans and film historians. Scott MacDonald reveals the sophisticated thinking of these artists regarding film, politics, and contemporary gender interviews explore the careers of Robert Breer, Trinh T.

Minh-ha, James Benning, Su Friedrich, and Godfrey Reggio. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, First printing. pp., square 8vo. Light soiling to wrappers, and a very mild bump to crown of spine, otherwise as new. With essays by Peter Wollen, Hollis Frampton, Yvonne Rainer, Fredric Jameson, Philip Rosen, Mary Ann Doane, and Joan Copjec, and an interview wit.

Filmmaker, photographer, and critic Hollis Frampton () is considered one of the most brilliant and important figures of the American avant-garde. He was born in Ohio and attended Phillips Academy in Andover on a full scholarship, a nascent polymath whose studies—and friendships with Frank Stella and Carl Andre—foretold his future.

Avant-Doc: Intersections of Documentary and Avant-Garde Cinema. New York: Oxford University Press, pages. Avant-Doc begins with a conversation with Annette Michelson about what led to her early championing of documentary pioneer Dziga Vertov and avant-garde filmmakers Stan Brakhage, Yvonne Rainer, and Hollis Frampton in Artforum, followed by 22 in-depth interviews with filmmakers.

It is widely understood that writing can discuss writing, but we rarely consider that film can be used as a means of analyzing conventions of the commercial film industry, or of theorizing about cinema in general.

Over the past few decades, however, independent cinema has produced a body of fascinating films that provide intensive critiques of nearly every element of the cinematic apparatus. In this interview Meaney and I discussed The Ceibas Cycle, a series of videos and installations whose production took place from to The ten-part cycle begins with a prologue titled How Mayan Lovers Might Find the Next Life () and ends with an epilogue titled The Well of.

Overview - Icon of the American avant-garde Hollis Frampton made rigorous, audacious, brainy, and downright thrilling films, leaving behind a body of work that remains unparalleled. In the s, having started out as a poet and photographer, Frampton became fascinated with the.

These interviews demonstrate the sophistication of their thinking about film (and a wide range of other concerns) and serve as an accessible introduction to this important area of independent cinema.

Each interview is preceded by a general introduction to the filmmaker's work; detailed filmographies and bibliographies are included. He’d send one to Hollis Frampton or Sol Lewitt, and distributed the others only to his closest friends.

The Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam has a wonderful and in-depth collection of Andre’s poems. Ebony The poems make you see the sculptures differently. Hollis Frampton's Palindrome + Owen Land's Wide Angle Saxon Freeman Street, Brooklyn.

Introduced by Pdf. Adams Sitney. Palindrome, Hollis Frampton,16mm, 22 mins Preserved by Anthology Film Archives with support from the Estate of Hollis Frampton “Hollis, clearly this one of your greatest films! Absolute perfection.” - Stan Brakhage.Halifax and New York: Press of the Download pdf Scotia College of Art and Design, First Edition.

Paperback. Near Fine/Near Fine. First edition in tall bound wrappers in photographic paper dustwrapper. Edited and annotated by Benjamin H.

D. Buchlah. Includes a long interview with Andre. Near fine condition. This copy SIGNED by Carl Andre. Signed.The online edition of Artforum International Magazine.